Three selections from the Letters to Lucilius
by Lucius Annaeus Seneca (4 BC – AD 65)
give us a vivid portrait of what it meant to be a philosopher in Rome at the beginning of the Christian era.
Believe me, those who seem to be busied with nothing are busied with the greater tasks; they are dealing at the same time with things mortal and things immortal.
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